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7 hours ago, jehurey said:

:ooh::ooh::ooh::ooh::ooh:DisplayMate absolute hails the Samsung Note 9 screen as "significantly better" than any screen before it.

 

 

:whew:The future of screens for Samsung phones is uniformly bright. If it isn't already clear, buying a Samsung top tier phone automatically means having the best phone screen.

A real shame they don’t sell anymore, though. The note 9 looks like a decent effort, too. 

 

Not to mention that “great screen” can only display fortnite at 1332x648 apparently. Lol!

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7 hours ago, ghostz said:

A real shame they don’t sell anymore, though. The note 9 looks like a decent effort, too. 

 

Not to mention that “great screen” can only display fortnite at 1332x648 apparently. Lol!

I'm sorry but you are supposed to be fone for 3 months.

 

@Goukosan

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I'm sorry but you are supposed to be fone for 3 months.
 
[mention=270]Goukosan[/mention]
Oh yea... he did agree to the bet and you did post video evidence.

Repost the video itt to seal the deal.

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1 minute ago, Goukosan said:

Oh yea... he did agree to the bet and you did post video evidence.

Repost the video itt to seal the deal.

Sent from my SM-G920P using Tapatalk
 

 

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Digital Foundry - 

 

GS9+ Fortnite - 720p

IPhoneX Fortnite - 675p

Switch - 720p handheld, 900p docked 

 

Switch uses same assets as Xbox1/PS4 for character models, textures etc. (except water) 

 

Android and ios use lower quality models/textures compared to consoles. 

 

 

Epic Settings do work on the Galaxy Phones. 

 

GS9+ has an 8% boost to pixel count over IPhoneX. 

 

Android and iOS appear to be same version of the game.   

 

Switch having Xbox1 and PS4 models and textures obviously mean Switch version wasn't based on iPhone version. 

 

 

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29 minutes ago, ghostz said:

:tom5:too bad it doesn’t run at it 

Digital Foundry - 

 

GS9+ Fortnite - 720p

IPhoneX Fortnite - 675p

Switch - 720p handheld, 900p docked 

 

Epic Settings do work on the Galaxy Phones. 

 

GS9+ has an 8% boost to pixel count over IPhoneX. 

 

Android and iOS appear to be same version of the game.   

 

What do you plan to do on your 3 month vacation? :mjpls:

 

 

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LOL, wait a minute, did ghost GENUINELY BELIEVE that his iPhone does not change resolution when it enters the Fortnite game mode?

 

He thought he was playing fortnite on his iPhone X at 2436x1125 full resolution??????????????????

 

So, he's basically saying that he has no experience playing just about any game on mobile.

 

Guys deserves to be banned on that ignorance, alone.

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Lmao :D you kids have to scramble to defend a 5 month late port !!!! Gouks over here doing video breakdowns, Jerry is recording footage of him playing a game he bashed to hell and back a few months ago... omg I got these fucktards spending their whole day on this :drake:

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25 minutes ago, ghostz said:

Lmao :D you kids have to scramble to defend a 5 month late port !!!! Gouks over here doing video breakdowns, Jerry is recording footage of him playing a game he bashed to hell and back a few months ago... omg I got these fucktards spending their whole day on this :drake:

I don't work for digital foundry. 

 

So the Digital foundry vid proved you to be wrong X3. 

1) The Switch version is not based off the iOS version. 

 

2) The Galaxy Phones run the game on the Epic Settings. 

 

3) Turns out iPhone X runs Fortnite it at the lowest resolution out of the two phones. :ANYWORD:

 

Ready to enjoy your vacation from the board? :tom5:

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